Hooksett council upholds administrator’s discipline for planner
“I am glad it’s over, I think moving forward we can work well together,” Shankle said.
However, Town Councilor David Ross, who voted against upholding the discipline, said he couldn’t support it because it represents, “almost cruel and unusual,” punishment.
However, the majority of the council seemed to think that the daily education was warranted, and does not represent an attempt by Shankle to punish Duffy.
Sullivan said that in his opinion the situation was a result of a lack of effort to communicate on both sides.
“Maybe if you take ownership for those actions, and perhaps apologized, perhaps contrition might have ended the need for further discipline,” Sullivan said.
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